Inter-House Rowing Competition

The Annual Inter-House Rowing Competition features plenty of House spirit and pride in Term 4 . The overall winners for 2106 were Aoraki.

Posted: Tuesday October 20, 2015

National Shakespearean Actors

Congratulations to Luke Major, Jimmy Robinson and Reva Grills for being part of the National Shakespeare Schools Production (NSSP) week in Wellington during the October Holidays.

Posted: Friday October 16, 2015

Kingaroy Sports Exchange

We enjoyed some trans-Tasman rivalry and robust competition against Kingaroy College from Australia in the last week of Term 3.

Posted: Monday October 12, 2015

Gallipoli Trip

A group of senior History students, teachers and parents enjoyed their 3 week tour of Turkey, Greece and Italy, organised by History teachers Mr Fielding and Mr Enright.

Posted: Wednesday October 7, 2015

International Farewell

International students and staff farewelled our lovely International Director, Amber Fraser-Smith, on the last day of Term 3.

Posted: Monday October 5, 2015

Music Concert and Market Day

We ended Term 3 with a fantastic lunchtime Music Concert and Market Stalls.

Posted: Wednesday September 30, 2015

Gallipoli History Trip

A group of senior History students, teachers and parents enjoyed their 3 week tour of Turkey, Greece and Italy. They are pictured here in Istanbul.

Posted: Wednesday September 23, 2015

Talent Quest

We enjoyed a wide variety of talent in our 2-day Talent Quest held in the last week of Term 3.

Posted: Wednesday September 23, 2015

Otago Co-ed Cross Country Competition

Well done to our cross country runners who ran well in the Otago Co-ed competition in September. Henri Gaudin was second and Hamish McKinley was sixth.

Posted: Wednesday September 23, 2015

NASA visitor and lessons

We had Anna Murphy (NASA Aerospace Engineer) come to work with a group of enthusiastic Year 10 science students for five afternoons in Term 3.

Posted: Tuesday September 22, 2015

International Food Festival

We celebrated the many different cultures at Logan Park on Monday 21 September with our annual International Food Festival. Several hundred students and staff enjoyed the wide variety of food from students' countries.

Posted: Tuesday September 22, 2015

Ice hockey 2015

Many schools dont have enough ice hockey players to field a full team, so we cooperate with each other and make combined school teams.

Posted: Tuesday September 22, 2015

Classics Quizzes

On Tuesday the 8th and Tuesday the 15th September respectively the Senior and Junior LPHS Classics quiz teams had the opportunity to prove their worth against competing teams from Columba College, Kavanagh, Kaikorai Valley, Otago Boys and Girls High Schools among others, in the 2015 Classics Quizzes organised by the...

Posted: Tuesday September 22, 2015

Assembly Performers

The Excel School of Performing Arts presented songs, dance and dramatic roleplays in Assembly during September.

Posted: Sunday September 20, 2015

Hospitality

Year 13 Hospitality have been busy trialling, making and selling sandwiches for sale at the Canteen, as part of a Level 3 Hospitality unit.

Posted: Sunday September 20, 2015

ODT Secondary Scene writers and artists

Several students had their writing selected for publication in the Otago Daily Times, Secondary Scene in August.

Posted: Sunday September 20, 2015

ODT Class Acts

Congratulations to Meran Campbell-Hood and Jacobi Kohu-Morris who were Logan Park's Class Act recipients for 2015.

Posted: Sunday September 20, 2015

UBS Reading Challenge

Our annual University Bookshop sponsored Reading Challenge saw 77 out of 100 Year 9 students successfully complete their reading challenge. Violet Gallop was our Champion Reader overall.

Posted: Sunday September 20, 2015

Year 12 Hospitality

Year 12 Hospitality students, making Moon Cakes for the Chinese moon festival. Students featured here are Mint Pham and Aglima Pokipoki.

Posted: Saturday September 19, 2015

Otago Secondary Schools Music Festival

The 46th annual Otago Secondary Schools Music Festival was held at the Dunedin Town Hall on the evening of Monday 7th September.

Posted: Saturday September 19, 2015